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GARDEN PLANTER • This fabulous planter uses a volcanic-type glaze to give it an aged and worn look. You can make these in any size you like, from squat to tall, slim or wide, and they look lovely grouped together in varying proportions
LINDA BLOOMFIELD • USING FELDSPAR AND VOLCANIC ASH IN GLAZES
TOAD HOUSE • This is really rather a swanky pad for a toad, but we should do all we can to encourage them into our gardens because they’re so important for a good and balanced eco-system, and they need safe places to hide away from harm
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BUTTERFLY DRINKER • The premise of this project is to make something to encourage butterflies into the garden. Of course, you can do this by planting nectar-rich flowers and shrubs, and there are many they are particularly attracted to, but we don’t generally consider where they drink! This project provides the perfect watering place
ME AND MY POT
AN INTRODUCTION TO SURFACE DECORATION
CHESHIRE CLAY COLLECTIVE UPDATE • At the end of 2018, we visited an entrepreneurial group of potters who had just set up The Cheshire Clay Collective. Now trading as the Cheshire Clay Studio, we thought we’d find out how they’d fared over the past year
Experiments in naked raku • It’s nearly three years since the ClayCraft naked raku projects, and I couldn’t wait any longer. Wrong ingredients and no raku kiln? Pah!
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